Yakima Valley Pippins

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Yakima Valley Pippins
12 S. Second Street
Yakima, WA 98901
(509) 575-4487

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Standings

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North W L %
1 Vic 21 6 .778
2 Wen 17 10 .630
3 PA 12 16 .429
4 Bel 9 16 .360
5 Yak 10 18 .357
6 Kel 7 19 .269
South W L %
1 Cor 21 6 .778
2 Por 15 12 .556
3 Rdg 14 13 .519
4 Cow 14 13 .519
5 WW 12 14 .462
6 Ben 9 18 .333
North W L %
1 Vic 18 9 .667
2 Bel 16 11 .593
3 Wen 12 15 .444
4 Yak 11 15 .423
5 Kel 10 16 .385
6 PA 10 16 .385
South W L %
1 Cor 21 6 .778
2 WW 18 9 .667
3 Rdg 13 14 .481
4 Ben 12 15 .444
5 Cow 10 17 .370
6 Por 9 17 .346
North W L %
1 Vic 39 15 .722
2 Wen 29 25 .537
3 Bel 25 27 .481
4 PA 22 32 .407
5 Yak 21 33 .389
6 Kel 17 35 .327
South W L %
1 Cor 42 12 .778
2 WW 30 23 .566
3 Rdg 27 27 .500
4 Por 24 29 .453
5 Cow 24 30 .444
6 Ben 21 33 .389

About Yakima Valley Pippins

Established

2014

Owners

Pacific Baseball Ventures, LLC

Head Coach

Kyle Krustangel

Assistant Coaches

Beau Kerns
Eric Hull
Jaime Cortes

Ballpark

Yakima County Stadium
1220 Pacific Ave.
Yakima, WA 98901

Capacity

2,700

Dimensions

LF- 293’
CF- 406’
RF- 293’

Facility

Yakima County Stadium (“The Orchard”)
Yakima County Stadium was built in 1993, with more than $100,000 in improvements in 2014 during the Pippins’ inaugural season. Constructed with 2,700 permanent seats, the venue includes two concession stands, a barbeque stand, four restrooms, a covered picnic deck for large groups, two bars, an elevator with direct access to fan level and sits adjacent to a paved parking lot that can accommodate 1,500 vehicles. The nontraditional playing field configuration is bordered by a 16-foot outfield wall, topped by a 50-foot video scoreboard in left field.

Community

Community
Yakima, Washington
Yakima County

County Population
246,977

Must Eat
Gasperetti’s Gourmet
Restaurant Cowiche
Canyon Kitchen and Icehouse

Must See
Yakima Electric Railway Museum, Yakima Valley Museum

Watering Hole
Kana Winery
Gilbert Cellars
Tieton Cider Works

Paper
Yakima Herald

No trip through Central Washington is complete without a stop in the Yakima Valley – or, as the billboard along Interstate 82 reads, “The Palm Springs of Washington.” While downtown Yakima offers a variety of activities for tourists to take in, the entire valley can make for an excursion to remember. Whether you enjoy touring wine country, riding old-fashioned trollies or seeing the diverse landscape of the valley, chances are good that you can find something to meet your needs. The Valley is one of Washington’s centers for agricultural production, especially apples and hops.